Seller Beware Merchants Are True Victims of Internet Fraud

December 2000
American Banker;12/15/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 240, p7
Trade Publication
Contends that security and fraud concerns continue to keep many consumers from conducting transactions over the Internet despite the growth of electronic commerce. Fears on the possible interception of credit card and personal information; Concerns on the inability of Web merchants to protect private information once received.


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